An Exceptional Fine Example of an Irish Regency Flame Mahogany Canterbury, made during the first quarter of the Nineteenth Century.
The four open spindle galleried sections above a single fitted drawer to base, elegantly raised on four turned tapering legs terminating on original brass cap castors.
Condition: Superb condition. Strahan Dublin paper label inside drawer.
Width: (entire) 20" (51cm). Height: (entire including frames) 21" (53cm). Depth: 16.5" (42cm).
Robert Strahan Dublin Cabinetmaker: Recorded locations at 10-11 Chancery Lane from 1811-54 and at Henry Street from 1845-67 also at 135 St. Stephens Green from 1896-1969. The Company exhibited Walnut, Marquetry and gilded Furniture at the Dublin Great Industrial Exhibition of 1853. See more D. Fitzgerald, Dublin Directories and Trade Labels, Furniture History 1985, pages 271-272.